In Kick-Ass, cartoon heroes are living in a great adventure against city crime. Dave Lizewski (Aaron Johnson), a tall fan of comic books, chooses a stunning name, a fitting suit, and begins to divide right into the left and right across the city, completely ignoring the fact that he does not have supernatural powers. From that moment on, his life began to change irreversibly, his crazy courage inspiring a true urban culture. Dave teamed up with three other vigilants equally enthusiastic: Red Mist (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), Hit Girl (Chloë Moretz) and her father, Big Daddy (Nicolas Cage). With their help, they open a fierce war against the local mafia chief, Frank D’Amico (Mark Strong), and test the real power that these modern heroes hide.
This film is an adaptation of the violent comics created by Mark Miller, about ordinary people who want to be superheroes. Directed by Matthew Vaughn, Kick-Ass tells the story of a teenager who, on a random and non-eating table, comes out of the house, with a face mask and a baseball bat in hand, and pokes criminality, even if he has absolutely no superhuman power. There is no shortage of this unlikely superhero film, nor the romance between our justician and a wilderness in jeopardy. The film also features a former cop so incited to the interlop drug empire that it trains her daughter to be a perfect justice.